PRINTED BOOK ISBN: 0-9788782-1-3, Total Pages: 192
What is a Foreclosure Mediator? A person who negotiates with the mortgage company to help the homeowner stay in their home. There are a number of ways to accomplish this which are detailed in the book in easy-to-understand language.
The Foreclosure Mediation Training Guide presents a no-nonsense approach to teaching you how to set up a legitimate and honest Foreclosure Mediation service at home. With foreclosures soaring to record highs in almost all of the 50 states, you can be assured of never running out of work. Plus, you can receive an average fee of $2,000 per mediation (your fee normally is determined by the amount you are negotiating.)
Additionally, bankruptcy attorneys are always looking for professional and well-trained Foreclosure Mediators - which is another avenue stream for income. Statistical surveys of bankruptcy attorneys showed that 65% of all bankruptcy clients are in some phase of foreclosure.
So you can easily see how working as a Foreclosure Mediator will provide you with a steady stream of work as well as the potential to earn a very high income. And the best part is that this business can be set-up for less than $100.
The Foreclosure Mediation Training Guide provides you with everything you need to set up your business. You will learn all the basics, plus get templates of sample forms, sample agreements, sample cover letters as well as marketing letters. ORDER TODAY.
Table of Contents:
The Basics, Set-Up and Structure of Starting a Foreclosure Mediation Service Do You Need Experience to Work as a Foreclosure Mediator? General Overview The Fraudulent Side of the Foreclosure Mediation Field What is Foreclosure Mediation? Why Do People Get Behind in Mortgage Payments? Why Would a Mortgage Company Be Willing to Negotiate a Work-Out Plan? How Foreclosure Mediation Works in Bankruptcy Cases Example of a Work-Out Plan in Bankruptcy What if the Borrower(s) Want to Surrender Their Home? Can a Borrower Do Their Own Negotiation? How Can Virtual Bankruptcy Assistants Profit From This Knowledge? How Can Notary Signing Agents Profit From This Knowledge? How Much Money Can You Earn as a Foreclosure Mediator? How to Price Foreclosure Mediation Services Different Types of Work-Out Plans
The Day-to-Day Business of Operating a Foreclosure Mediation Service How to Get Started The Written Authorization Form Departments in a Typical Servicer Shop Foreclosure Department Escrow Department Collections Department Loss Mitigation Department Bankruptcy Department Real Estate Owned Department Additional Tips for Foreclosure Mediators Working With Servicers How to Put Together a Work-Out Plan Get the Facts and Assess the Situation Basic Loan Information Prepare a Current Budget Prepare a Hardship Letter Fannie Mae Work-Out Options Who Qualifies for Fannie Mae Work-Out Options? Temporary Relief Measures Temporary Indulgence Repayment Plan Special Forbearance Waiver of Late Fees Work-Out Plans for Serious Hardship Cases Loan Modification Mortgage Assumption Pre-Foreclosure Sale Deed-in-Lieu of Foreclosure Contact Information for Fannie Mae Freddie Mac Work-Out Options Contact Information for Freddie Mac FHA-Insured Loan Work-Out Plans Special Forbearance Streamline Refinance Loan Modification Partial Claim Pre-Foreclosure Sale Work-Out Plans with Subprime Lenders and Servicers One More Alternative
Form Templates for Foreclosure Mediators Sample Written Authorization Sample Agreement to Retain Your Services Sample Borrower(s) Intake Form
Marketing and Business-Building Techniques for Foreclosure Mediators Marketing a Foreclosure Mediation Service Potential Problems of Locating Borrower(s) Sample Marketing Letter Another Method of Finding Borrower(s) Who Need Your Services Marketing Article 1 Marketing Article 2br>Marketing Article 3 Marketing Article 4 Marketing Article 5 Website References Prayer for Your Success
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